Sonoma County Regional Parks’ campgrounds are open with the following modifications to ensure the safety of campers, staff and the public:
- Campsites are by reservation only. First-come, first-served sites are not available, and same-day, drop-in camping is not allowed.Reservations can be made one day to one year before arrival.
- Only one household per campsite.
- Campers cannot host visitors from outside the campground.
- Each campsite can accommodate two vehicles.
- Campers should bring disinfectant, sanitizers and cleaning supplies and should disinfect the campsite’s BBQ, picnic table and water spigot upon arrival.
- RV campers should use their own restrooms to limit interactions with public restrooms.
- Campers should avoid placing personal items on high-touch areas in restrooms.
- Physical distancing and face coverings are not required when you are with your household in your campsite. When you leave your campsite, you must stay 6 feet from people who are not in your household and you must wear a face covering if you cannot maintain that distance.
- You must wear a face covering when using restrooms and showers.
- You must maintain distance and follow posted guidelines when purchasing firewood or getting change from camp hosts.
- The Spring Lake lagoon opens for swimming July 1 and will stay open into September. The lagoon’s inflatable water park will not be installed this year.
- Restrooms and showers will be cleaned and disinfected once per day.
If you are experiencing any COVID-19 symptoms or have been exposed to someone with COVID-19 symptoms, please cancel or reschedule your reservation. Reservation fees will be waived.
Plan your travel in a safe and responsible way and be familiar with the coronavirus safety guidelines in effect in Sonoma County. Visit our Covid-19 Parks Status page for more information about park guidelines.